A few weeks ago we sent an email to the whole company introducing the Keen Community Code of Conduct. This blog post includes most of that email with a few more things added that we wanted to share with our community.

A few months ago the work began on the Keen IO Community Code of Conduct. We’re very excited to announce v1.0 of the Keen IO Community Code of Conduct is now public. 🎉

This Code of Conduct applies to all Keen IO Community spaces, such as the Community Slack group, open source projects, Keen IO meetups, Happy Data Hours, and more! It will be added over the next few weeks to different projects and other community spaces.

It is the product of many meaningful conversations and advice from many Keenies and other humans from outside of Keen IO. To anyone that contributed to this Code of Conduct, thank you. The process of creating a document like this isn’t easy, and we have so much respect for anyone who has done it before.

The Code of Conduct is a living document. This is only v1.0. It will grow and change with Keen IO and its community. This is why it is on Github. Issues can be created to help with revisions and updates. There is also a feedback form, which can be filled out anonymously. Feedback is always appreciated. It will also help guide training and more internal procedures for the Community Code of Conduct.

Lastly, we’re looking forward to making it even clearer to our community that we are dedicated to providing a safe, inclusive, welcoming, and harassment-free space and experience for all community participants, which will help grow our community in amazing ways. We hope this Code of Conduct clearly states what behavior is expected and not tolerated as well as establishes a path for community members to report possible incidents and seek help.

Please feel free to ask me any questions! I would be more than happy to have a larger conversation about it and its existence. 😀